Two days after opening its doors, the fried chicken chain is opening its first electronic store.
Fry’s Electronics, which opened its doors in the Fry’s Marketplace on January 1, has set up shop in the basement of Fry’s in West Asheville.
The electronics store features a large display area that is accessible from the outside.
Fried Chicken, which also operates a fry-and-dash restaurant in the same building, has its own large, video-chat room.
When Fry’s opens its first digital store, it will have more than 500 employees.
There are no word on when Fry’s will be accepting credit cards, but the company has already started accepting cash.
It’s not clear how Fry’s plans to sell electronic items.
We asked the company if they would be accepting cash or credit cards for items purchased at the Fryes, and it said they will be doing so.
For now, though, Fry’s offers the following services:Fried chicken and fried chicken products are also available online through Fry’s, and Fry’s says it plans to add more Fry’s products to its website in the future.
One of the company’s customers, who goes by the name of Jody, said that she found Fry’s electronics store to be a pleasant surprise, and said she was happy to have the option of paying by credit card.
“I don’t think there’s anyone who wants to have to buy a fry and then go back and buy another one when it’s done,” she said.
If you can’t make it to Fry’s for the event, check out a few of the restaurants in Asheville.